Search our database of global university jobs If you are at home, make sure you create a professional setting – do not unintentionally show too much of your life – and always check what is behind you so there are no distractions rising up behind you.
Kim Frost Director of human resources at the University of London Treat it like a normal interview and not like a casual chat with your friends on social media, so wear an appropriate outfit just as you would if you were there in person. Don’t use your swivel chair – a lot of candidates swing around while talking and it’s very distracting – and keep the dirty coffee mug out of sight.
You’ll not be at your best at 3 o’clock in the morning.
I am looking forward to starting great friendships.안녕하세요! 私は日本語を勉強しています I can communicate with whatsapp or facebook preferably. Hola, Soy Andy y me gustaria tener con quien practicar el espanol.
I'm a student living in London, I would to meet someone to help me learn Korean and in return I can help with English. Soy maestro de primaria, pero antes era profe de espanol.
And please use a headset – laptops and tablets pick up a lot of background noise and interviewers don’t like straining to hear answers.
Yusra Mouzughi Deputy vice-chancellor (academic affairs) at Muscat University in Oman Wherever possible, Skype should only be used to get from a shortlist to a very shortlist.